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Straight About Muslims and Homosexuals!

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Let’s Get it straight About Muslims and Homosexuals!

Today I got an email with an emphatic ‘Stop Emails’ immediately after sending out news items about Muslim violence and saying we must get rid of all Muslims. It was an angry email because it was finished with an exclamation mark. (Yet, only a week beforehand they requested to be put on all our lists!! It shows how fickle people
can be).

So, let me put it bluntly...

I hate both Islam and Homosexuality. I loathe them with a passion.

You will find, if you are an honest and studious Christian, that God does, too.

And this is why I hate them.

God also hates the ones who perpetrate them, because they are vile, reject the true image of God, and despise His word. Muslims worship a false god, one that teaches murder and mayhem. Their fake religious/military movement is pagan, and God hates paganism in any shape or form. There is no way I can condone them or allow them free passage to inflict damage on believers and the world.

In the New Testament God says He will send homosexuals to hell, because what they do is so foul and wicked. What they do is an abomination, and they are

So, I challenge ALL Christians out there who read this, to argue their case.



Sin has degraded everything around us

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Why do we need police?

Why do we need armies?

Why do we need doctors and nurses?


Why do we need mental health services?


Why do we need security guards?


Why does everything cost so much?


Why does homosexuality exist?


Why do people curse in the streets?


Why are pubs and clubs centres for evil?


Why, then, are we so surprised by televised wickedness, Islamic murders, and governments siding with evil?

Sin has degraded everything around us, and everything within us. And this will get worse until the last day.

Only sinners saved by grace will survive into the next life.

The majority will enter a place of torment forever.

This is why Christians must witness, not just in words, but in actions that praise God. Do you?

Hatred for the ideology not the follower

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I was very surprised by an otherwise astute close relative a few days ago, when she said Donald Trump was a “Very, very evil man”.

She was on the way out the door so we didn’t have time to chat about such a media-driven leftist-reaction.

About ten years ago I went to interview Rick Stein the chef and had a tour of his various eateries and chef school in Padstow, Cornwall.

Then, tonight, I was watching a Rick Stein cookery programme, which I always enjoy. This time he was in Mexico.

What my relative said came to mind as I watched Rick chatting with ordinary Mexicans, and I wondered if my readers understand who I stand against at times. For example, when I praise Trump for wanting to build a wall to stop Mexicans getting to the USA, do readers understand that I am against the illegals, not against the whole Mexican nation?? I have said so a number of times... but has it registered?

Back in the mid-90s, I stood against charismaticism extremely strongly and was generally condemned for it by my peers... except for the many thousands of Christians who were terrified and dismayed by the new movement. Though charismaticism is unbiblical, I was not speaking against genuine believers who happened to join charismatic churches, because I saw them as deceived.

However, I DID speak against die-hard charismatics who adopted the full unbiblical teachings of the movement, because what they said, thought and did was fully orbed satanic wickedness.

But, how many readers understood this distinction? Those who happen to have fallen into a charismatic church may be untaught, and certainly are misled, but I can at least speak with them gently. But, die-hard charismatics are not even saved. They are not Christians, but deceivers. Do readers understand the distinctions I made?

Then we have the latest condemnation of Islam. As I have said many times, the Muslims who entered Britain in the fifties-eighties were genuinely looking for work and integrated. They did not push their false religion down our throats. So little was said. But, after that time along came Islamic agitators, and their numbers are increasing rapidly. Now, I am forced to speak against them, and MUST caution everyone against Islam AND against Muslims, even if they are presently quiet.

My personal approach is very simple – if they do nothing to me I will respond to individual Muslims as I would anyone else. As I have said, the difference in their attitudes towards me (and others) has changed remarkably in just a few years. Whereas they would smile and return my greeting, now they look away, or to the floor, and do not reply, looking sullen. Given the attacks made by Muslims at random moments, their change in attitude puts me on edge, so I cannot any longer trust them to be okay. Even though I KNOW most Muslims in the country are okay.

Do readers understand that my complaint and warnings are against Islam and those Muslims who are obviously anti-West (and therefore anti-me), and not against all Muslims? Whilst I cannot trust ANY Muslim today, I quickly assess them when they come near me or when I speak with them. I would do this in the rougher parts of my own city where my own locals live! It is caution and self-preservation! But, do my readers understand the differences I portray?

There is, however, a rising problem with the latter people. That is, with agitation by ‘true Islamists’ on the rise, and growing Islamic terror and social power-plays (e.g. praying in the street, blocking off all traffic and entry by westerners, and no-go areas), we must now be very realistic and clamp-down on Islam and Muslims. In my mind I link this with the second book of Kings and how God condemned the pagans of the day (from which arose Islam and Allah). In the West we have allowed our own downfall by letting into our countries pagan followers who God absolutely hates. Yes, He hates Muslims, no matter how quiet or vicious they may be. Hence my warnings and condemnation of allowing Muslims to enter the west and occupy it, changing the ethos into Islamic totalitarianism that hates the Lord.

Friends, do you understand all these distinctions? I am certainly not a racist, nor a hater of false religionists. Rather, I loathe their false religions (there are thousands of false religions, but I believe Islam is the only one that teaches hatred for God and Christians, and calls for our murder – hence my warnings). I do not hate anyone. But I do hate what they believe or teach or enact.

If these distinctions are not understood, is it because of the readers’ own hates and prejudices added to what I write? Or, is it caused by my writing being badly explained? I honestly believe I have explained what I write about plainly. So, please read carefully and understand any differences I might speak of, which can sometimes be subtle, and often glaringly obvious. Otherwise the things I speak of will have no power or application. As a basic pointer, I do not love those who hate God and who worship false gods. That is, as a whole.

But, I am often led by the Spirit to speak kindly to individuals within those movements, sometimes with no reason given by the Lord.

Tesco – in Sheep’s Clothing AGAIN!!

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Tesco takes us for fools!

Remember its antics last time, when one of its senior staff ridiculed God and put a foul homosexual message on the internet?

Now, its advertisement on TV shows same-sex couples and says ‘Everyone welcome’ to Tesco. 

By having homosexuals in the ad the meaning is very clear – it is up to its old tricks AGAIN!!

Supermarkets are assured of custom no matter who buys its products.

Homosexuals will buy at supermarkets, with or without deliberately immoral ads.

So WHY have same sex couples in the ads in the first place???

TESCO is once again forcing the homosexual agenda, as it did before.

There is NO NEED to include same sex couples, because they will buy anyway and homosexuals already know Tesco is homosexualised.

So why include homosexual references?

By having them Tesco is playing a wicked game – the ad is nothing to do with marketing... it is all about propaganda.

Homosexuality may be ‘legal’ (in human eyes) but it is NOT acceptable to most of the public, nor is it moral or good. WHY, THEN ANTAGONISE THE MAJORITY OF ITS CUSTOMERS?

It is just a nasty, dirty form of political propaganda on behalf of perverse groups of people who (after proper adjustment) are less than 1% of all people in the country!! Once again Tesco is offending the majority, and especially Christians, in an effort to spread the message that homosexual is fine and acceptable. NO IT ISN’T.

Tesco is not alone in this – MoneySupermarket and others are also doing the same.

What they need is a sharp lesson in real marketing – just don’t buy from them.

Tesco learned this lesson last time – why not show them the same lesson this time??

I don’t want to see same sex couples on ANY TV output. Homosexuality has nothing good about it. It is foul. TV only shows smiling couples. If people were shown what these people are REALLY like, they’d vomit.

Homosexual couples might be welcome in Tesco... but they are not welcome in my home, not even in a TV ad.

Be YOU! Part 2

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I will be writing an article on our freedom in Christ (though I could write a whole book on it).

Meanwhile, I need to comment further on my observations from yesterday...

I have been in (but not OF) churches since I was born, being taken by my mother and her family every Sunday and, later at other times as I grew up. So I know what I have seen, heard and experienced.

I have also been individual. I don’t mean trying to be different, which a lot of kids do nowadays, just for the sake of it, or even to show a rebellious streak. That is, I never followed the herd, whether in the world or in the churches. Even when I was singing and playing music, I did my own thing, not following the bands of the day. it was just... ME.

But, I watched as many like me (until about age 18 or 19) – unbelievers – became Christians, saved by grace.

I noted how they became like everyone else around them. They began to develop the same speech, same words, and even began to wear similar clothes, and copied the same behaviour. For example, in some denominations all the women were compelled to wear head scarves worn in a certain manner, their dresses fairly plain, their hair uncut and long; the men were dour-faced, rarely smiled, and always wore suits and ties to services. But, it went much farther...

Many Christians comply with these unwritten ‘codes’ because they want to fit in. They learn that to NOT fit in was to draw attention to themselves. This had a double-effect, because when everyone says and does the same things, it reinforces the idea that what they are doing is ‘correct’ and this then becomes ‘necessary’. Those who stand out as different will be pressured to comply. Not necessarily by direct command, but by an instinctive ‘atmosphere’ exuding from everyone... polite, courteous, loving... but stand-offish!

These churches may be doctrinally true, but their desire to be uniform in absolutely everything has many attendant problems. By smothering personalities and pushing people into a cloned atmosphere, every member becomes spiritually and emotionally malnourished. What is part of a person’s real self is slowly buried under the cloned self, and gifts or talents are stifled, so everything is channelled along the same church paths.

In any other situation this could be called brainwashing or even cult behaviour. But, because doctrine is right and the overall figure is outwardly nice and pleasant, few draw back from it. And so everyone is cloned, and speak and act the same way. If few smile, then no-one will smile. If few admit to doubts, then no-one admits to them.

If few give new ideas, then no-one offers a new thing... the kind of place that would not tolerate people like myself!

As I said yesterday, doctrine can have only one definition. No Christian may have his own definition, and this is what scripture tells us (for example, 2 Peter 1:20). So, when many try to tell us they do not share the common interpretation, we know there is a problem. The same doctrine can be expressed in a number of ways, but the core definition must always be the same. In this there can be no freedom to pick and choose. But, the rest of life can be expressed in a variety of ways.

Sadly, I can identify people, very often, from the way they speak, think or act. This is because they have adopted a communal spirit that has robbed them of their individuality. This is a great loss to the Church owned by God. Whole churches and denominations have, in effect, told God He can direct their beliefs, but THEY can change the wallpaper as they wish! So, they make sure Christians comply with their earthly demands.

Perhaps many think this is okay. What is wrong with complying? What is wrong is why Luther complained in his 95 Theses! Small acts of compliance with human demands, unspoken or not, make sure everyone looks, speaks and acts the same. God has given us individual personalities and so long as they are not warped by sin, they are how God made us to be. Those who accept being cloned are usually types who like to be told what to do; they hate being outside the accepted circle; they do not dare even thinking maybe a pastor is wrong, or doctrinal statements might possibly need examination. I know all this because I was in such atmospheres for a very long time and know that not to comply is to finally be shunned by those who once were your friends.

All believers are compelled to be led by their elders in the Lord, and pastors are there to guide the flock, who should listen to careful counsel. Yet, outside all that is freedom in Christ... something few believers know anything about.

The more a person is taught by scripture and the Holy Spirit, the less tolerant he will be of what amounts to dictatorship, and the less he likes the fact that his pastor, perhaps, is put on a pedestal by members.

When I became a Christian, the church I was already attending openly treated me as a great prize! I had long hair, I made my own clothes or wore different kinds of things, I played rock music and sang on stage, I painted even on all the walls of our house (my mother loved it!). That is, they prized me because I was so very different. Almost immediately I was asked to speak!! Sure enough, what I said was also different. Only much later did I see their folly. I was not mentored at all. However, I managed to learn very fast! And the more I learned the less I was acceptable
to my local church! This was because I retained my individuality and they saw this as a liability. I spoke my mind, and discovered amazing things in scripture. But, it differed from what I was being taught, almost by rote.

After ten years of trying to comply (badly) I finally submitted to the Spirit, Who showed me in no uncertain terms, that I was wrong. After preaching for all those years in many churches, even up to middle England, every week, I could no longer justify trying to marry my individuality and growing knowledge to the cloning process of the churches.

That’s when churches I once preached in stopped asking me to speak!! On the other hand, in my final engagements the Holy Spirit did mighty deeds when I was speaking! But congregations only wanted novelty, such as I gave them before. They didn’t want truth or tough Bible facts. All I need to do was comply with the ways of all the other speakers!

But, I couldn’t. This eventually led to shunning, but by that time I had been toughened by the Lord!

So, friends, think carefully, if your desire to belong means you lose yourself in a common personality and cloning.

Those who follow the herd do not fly high like eagles, nor do they have fresh insights. Nor do they speak honestly or with care for real knowledge. Instead of flying towards the glorious sun they stay in the shadows of the valley, becoming slow and unresponsive to the dynamic life given to them by God in Christ.

There is much more to say... but I have given you the gist.